After a really rotten week symptom-wise, I was feeling a fair bit better (still very weak) on Friday and quite better on Saturday. In the morning, I flew Mike and I to Brantford. As we flew over Hamilton, another plane was just touching down there:
We were kinda happy to land in Brantford soon after passing over Hamilton, as coffee was seriously being craved. As usual, Donkay joined us for the flight, as well as for breakfast:
Heading back over Hamilton, a West Jet flight had just landed and folks scurried off the plane:
Back over St. Catharines, the Grape and Wine parade was underway:
Montebello Park was set up for the concerts and other schtuff:
I’m lucky as I live downtown and get to hear all of the concerts going on at the park. If the wind is just right, it sounds like they are just across the street. Sweet!
Speaking of sweet, I was eating Jello with Cool Whip the other night and Abby decided she wanted to partake. Here’s my view:
She was one happy kittah!
Tim Hortons just had their Smile Cookie fundraiser. You can buy yummola smile cookies and all of the money goes to a charity in the region. Mike kindly bought us some cookies to nom one night. My first one was picture perfect:
Not too sure what happened with the second one:
Rather sad, but I guess we all have our flaws.
My little mother came to visit me this morning and the first thing we did was hit Timmies. Since it was the final day for the Smile Cookie fundraiser, we figured we would make a contribution to a good cause:
After that, we hit Giant Tiger then back to my apartment. Soon after she left, I headed back to the airport. I took up a co-worker’s father for a flight. It was a gift from her for his birthday. He said he wanted to try some aerobatics so I demonstrated a loop and roll. After that, we headed over the Falls then just around St. Catharines. My favourite part of flying is taking people up and giving them a memorable experience!
Today’s symptoms: I feel so much better today than I did most of last week. I had some severe fatigue, tons o’pain and generally felt flu-like. So glad it’s over with.